As part of the Foresters’ Forest partnership programme funded by the heritage lottery, The Rewild Project is running a series of FREE workshops to promote learning heritage crafts and edible forest gardening. See below for flyers and a list of workshops coming up: ALL OUR WORKSHOPS ARE NOW FULLY BOOKED! Please still get in touch … More New workshops for winter into spring 2016!
Summer has very much moved into autumn here in the forest with chilly nights and the leaves turning. We have had a busy summer with lots happening, here is a little update of what we have been up to… Humble by Nature- big day out Scott ran Tanning workshops at a busy open day on … More Summer shenanigans
Scott has recently been over to Sweden to meet Lotta Rhame where he has been refining his knowledge and skills on tanning fish skins and dying them with natural plant dyes. Fish skins such as salmon, pike and trout make beautiful textured soft leather that is also surprisingly strong and due to its translucent quality … More fish skin leather and natural dyes